Taking History to Heart: The Power of the Past in Building Social Movements
Blending autobiography and history, James Green reflects on 30 years as an activist, educator and historian. He recounts how he became immersed in political process and in recovering and preserving the history of progressive social movements, demonstrating how the two are linked.
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